Urban areas are responsible for three quarters of the global energy demand. Most decisions on implementing energy innovations are made in cities. TRANSFORM supports cities to meet the 20-20-20 targets by the integration of energy in urban management. In interactive Smart Urban Labs,
stakeholders will be able to turn ambitions into tangible Implementation Plans. TRANSFORM’s integrative approach brings operational plans to the strategic level, including strong stakeholder processes, data analytics and takes into account all relevant energy flows, environmental aspects,
urban mobility, and the interrelation of possible measures and their costs. This integration of elements creates win-win business models for stakeholders with initially different interests. The TRANSFORM consortium consists of six frontrunner cities from across Europe in the fields of Smart
City, Integrated Urban Planning and sustainable project development. Energy companies, both local and European, work with them, together with knowledge institutions and leading European commercial partners.
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SMART ENERGY CITY;
Document Type: Research Article
City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
June 1, 2016
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